sunset from behind the wire

sunset from behind the wire

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Putting a Finer Point on the Discussion

By one year of age, the amount of water inside a human being (by percentage of total mass) drops to about 65%. In adult men, about 60% of their bodies are water. However, fat tissue does not have as much water as lean tissue. In adult women, fat makes up more of the body than men, so they have about 55% of their bodies made of water.


The next question is the capacity of human intestines and willingness and enthusiasm that the person has to spread it's product. Politicians and lawyers (most often one in the same) seem to possess the same gene common to carnival barkers and snake oil salesmen - high intestinal capacity and a profound and genuine love of spreading it.



Barack H. Obama (lawyer and politician) took a skill set and turned it into an art form.

Somebody has a solid understanding of hope and change.
I find it amazing that anyone (who isn't black) thinks that Obama did a good job as president. He was worse than Carter, and that's saying a great deal. Black people are happy to see somebody who is 1/2 black in the White House. I get it. They rejected Dr. Ben Carson who is 100% black - and I understand that too. He wanted to hold black men accountable for their actions, stating the "hateful but accurate statistic" that 75% of black children in America are born without a father in the home. That's a solid reason for black people to reject Carson's message. Like Don Quixote, the 'black culture' in America doesn't want to look into the mirror. Over all it's a dismal picture. In many predominantly black neighborhoods in America, the leading cause of death for a black person is murder at the hands of another black.  They default to blaming others for faults that are not with whites or the stars - but are in themselves. Does that sound racist?

Barack ignored that, but he did hand out a lot of welfare, Obamaphones, Obamacare and other "free money" to the tune of $11 trillion that we're never going to see again. But that's not how you make the nation and its people happy - or great.



14 comments:

  1. Yet again we stand here in the middle of another failed liberal experiment.

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  2. Everything the libs touch turns to ***t. Saying that, quite a few seem to have suspiciously healthy bank balances. Let's see some redistribution, please.

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    1. Nancy Pelosi owns several mansions. I've put forward the sentiment that she should move illegal alien families into them in the spirit of love and redistribution. That hasn't happened.

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    2. Go figure. I'll resist the temptation to say millionaire socialists are scum.

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    3. However, they do want to make plans for YOUR life.

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  3. Guess what? My commie brother (the one I haven't spoken to in almost 7 years) thinks Odumbo is the greatest president ever! He's also a Bernie fan now. Wisdom does not always come with age. Except for thee and me.

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    1. It's nice that some people can afford to live in that fanciful world. Good for them. The rest of us have to make things work.

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  4. He does not want America to be great.
    And if you try to point out to black liberals what the problem is, you are racist.
    And the fact that so many people think Hillary should be, and will make, a great president, really disgusts me.
    *sigh*
    Be safe and take care.

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    1. I'm sure that most of the Bernie and Hillary supporters couldn't find Canada or Mexico on a map.

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  5. I just wish these progressives would stop experimenting on such a grand scale. Wasn't Detroit or Chicago enough destruction for those people?

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    1. No, it's not enough. Not until everyone truly loves Big Brother...

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  6. We don't have to be happy, we should be great.

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    1. The only thing keeping us from greatness is ourselves.

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